Recreational Sports

People participate in recreational sports for various reasons -some individuals are attracted by the opportunities to socialize while exercising; some people are motivated by the challenge of competition; others have current and future health in mind. Whether you choose to pursue Read more ...

Sport for the Disabled

Disabled people can benefit both physically and emotionally from taking part in sporting activity. International events such as the Paralympics have raised awareness about the capabilities of people with disabilities and an increasing range of activities is becoming available, Read more ...

Exercising with Others

Whereas some forms of exercise fall into the category of activities that can be practised ‘alone’, without expert guidance, many sporting activities require specialist supervision or coaching. Some, such as gymnastics and canoeing, also rely on special pieces of equipment Read more ...

Exercising in a Class

For people who need discipline, organization and motivation in their fitness training, a timed workout at a sports centre can be an effective way to keep fit, enhance current health and wellbeing and prevent future health problems. Sports centres usually offer a wide range of Read more ...

Exercising Outdoors

Exercising outdoors Exercising outside the home offers additional benefits and opens up a whole new range of possible activities. These need not involve joining a class or club; many activities can safely be carried out alone and unsupervised, although it may be fun to exercise Read more ...

Exercising at Home

A home-exercise routine should be structured to include stretches to improve flexibility, aerobic activities, such as skipping or stepping, and muscular work. It is important, when exercising at home, to remember not to miss out warming up, cooling down and stretching. Stretching Because Read more ...